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Meet Governor Sununu, Who Led NH to $84B GDP & 2.5% Annual Growth
"New Hampshire has a population of 1.4 million people. It is a 152,000 businesses. It has an $84 billion GDP. And for the last 5 years, 2017 to 2022, it has grown at an annualized rate of 2.5%. That's a heck of a record. Governor Chris sununu has been the CEO of that state for most of those 5 years. He joins me again. Welcome back governor sununu good to talk to you. Hey, Hugh, how we doing brother? I'm great now. When you go on the Sunday shows, does anyone ever preface it by telling him the New Hampshire story about your economic miracle up there? Who doesn't know about the sununu economic American? I don't know, man. I go on the show, they asked the questions, I just tell it like it is. I don't know. Almost to a fault, I think I'm kind of an open book. I've come off a couple of those interviews before my staff is like, wow, you really said it. So I don't know. I don't think about it too much. My job is to take care of the state. I think it's a great model. We got a great state. It's all about less government. I mean,
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on WTOP
"Shana steel and thanks so much for being with us. You know, it's only March 2023, but the upcoming 2024 presidential election, that is fast approaching. Over the weekend, former Maryland governor Larry Hogan said he's not going to seek the Republican nomination. Meanwhile, former president Trump's leading the polls among Republican voters so far, and on the democratic side, President Biden still hasn't officially announced he's running. Washington pay a senior political reporter, Aaron Blake joined our Sean and Anne earlier with more on the presidential race amongst Democrats. Since the 2022 election, there seems to have been kind of a rallying effect for the party where they're just kind of waiting to see what he's doing and few people are actually making moves. So at this point, it seems to be a situation in which this will be a primary that is mostly to the president's having to himself and people just waiting to see how that moves forward. Let's talk about the Republicans. We have cpac over the weekend and mister Trump was far ahead of other Republican candidates in a straw poll at that conference. Does that give us a sense of how people overall in the broader Republican base feel about mister Trump or is he starting to gain some momentum here? The cpac draw poll has been not a great indicator necessarily of where the broader party has been in recent years. People who have been paying attention to it may remember a decade plus ago. This was something that was routinely won by Ron Paul and then Rand Paul was doing very well in this, even though he didn't do terribly well. When he ran for president, so it is a segment of the Republican Party base. I'm not sure I would read too much into it. But I think it does reflect that there is a vocal and passionate portion of the base that remains behind Donald Trump and dislodging them is going to be very difficult for any of his challengers, including Florida's governor Ron DeSantis. Aaron Larry Hogan dropped out because he doesn't want to split the vote. He said among possible moderate challengers to Trump in about the 30 seconds we have left. Is there a clear moderate challenger to Donald Trump right now? Well, I thought it was a really interesting decision. I think it is a reflection of reality, Larry Hogan did not seem to have too much of a chance given where he comes from politically. We are still waiting on a couple of others who have expressed criticism of Donald Trump, especially New Hampshire governor Chris sununu, Arkansas governor, asa Hutchinson. But again, we're talking about candidates that don't really have much standing in the polls right now. That is Washington Post senior political reporter, Aaron Blake. Book your New Jersey summer vacation, go for beaches and boardwalks and entertaining destinations, whether relaxing at the shore or climbing high in the sky lands, create your escape at visit in J dot org slash book now. With Washington traffic
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on WTOP
"A bit of a gusty wind, high soda mid 50s, risk of a late day shower on Friday with a high near 50. I'm storm team four meteorologist likes to center. Well, we've got really beautiful skies out there this afternoon very gentle and not hardly a cloud there. We're looking at 59 in Fredericksburg right now, 57 in hyattsville, 57° in foggy bottom. 5 40 on WTO P, money news at ten and 40 past the hour brought to you by Penn fed credit union, great rates for everyone. Here's Jeff clay ball. Marlboro maker Altria is buying E cigarette company enjoy for $2.7 billion. Altria sold at stake in E cigarette maker jewel after lawsuits that clay Jewell was targeting miners. The D.C. metro ranks high among big cities for sheriff Holmes were the least a $1 million. 10.8% are. In San Francisco at the top of the list, 80% of homes are worth at least a $1 million. Scout motors of Volkswagen spinoff is based in Tyson's we'll build a $2 billion manufacturing plan at Columbia, South Carolina, scout plans to launch two electric vehicles a truck and SUV. Based on the old international harvester scout, which was produced between 1960 and 1980. By the closing bell, the Dow is up 40 points. The S&P 500, up three, the NASDAQ down 13, Jeff cable, WTO V news. All right, Jeff, thanks. 5 41 now on WTO. It may only be march of 2023, but the upcoming 2024 presidential election is fast approaching. Over the weekend, former Maryland governor Larry Hogan said he is not going to seek the Republican nomination Washington Post senior political reporter Aaron Blake joined us earlier. He says this move is a sign of the times for moderate Republicans. I think it is a reflection of reality, Larry Hogan did not seem to have too much of a chance given where he comes from politically. We are still waiting on a couple of others who have expressed criticism of Donald Trump, especially New Hampshire governor Chris sununu, Arkansas governor, asa Hutchinson. But again, we're talking about candidates that don't really have much standing in the polls right now. Aaron says former president Trump still has a strong grip on the GOP and it's going to be hard for other candidates to take the nomination away from it. Three states say they no longer will take part in a multi state bipartisan program that's aimed at ensuring the accuracy of voter rolls, elections officials in Missouri, Florida and West Virginia say the states will no longer use the system known as the electronic registration information center or Eric. The system came under attack amid conspiracy theories and false claims by former president Trump about fraud in the 2020 election. Missouri Secretary of State Jay ashcroft says his state has been pushing the group to address concerns by him and others that made the choice to withdraw when those concerns were not addressed. She was supposed to go on trial today, but instead of Florida woman charged in connection with the January 6th capitol riot attack is nowhere to be found. The FBI is now looking for Olivia Pollock also another riot defendant Joseph Hutchinson the third, investigators say both tampered with their ankle monitors which track their location and disappeared. Now they both have bench warrants out for their arrest. Pollock is the sister of another January 6th defendant, Jonathan Pollack, who has been on the lamb for months. Stay with us here on WTO for Americans are missing after a trip to Mexico for medicine. 5 43. For movers, diamond importers, I'm Ronnie murphys. Along the edge of the African continent lies an isolated coast with millions of diamonds have been hurled by a volcano into the sea.
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on WTOP
"Anderson And I'm Ian Kramer, thanks for being with us. It may only be march 2023, but the upcoming 2024 presidential election is fast approaching. Over the weekend, former Maryland governor Larry Hogan said that he will not seek the Republican nomination. Former president Trump is leading the polls among Republican voters and on the democratic side, President Biden still has an officially announced that he is running. Well, let's talk about it with Washington Post senior political reporter Aaron Blake Aaron starting with the president. He got his first challenge from self help author Marianne Williamson. She announced her candidacy over the weekend. Are there any other Democrats planning on getting into the race? Yeah, you know, since the 2022 election, there seems to have been kind of a rallying effect for the party where they're just kind of waiting to see what he's doing and few people are actually making moves. So at this point, it seems to be a situation in which this will be a primary that is mostly to the president's having to himself. And people just waiting to see how that moves forward. Let's talk about the Republicans. We have cpac over the weekend and mister Trump was far ahead of other Republican candidates in a straw poll at that conference. Does that give us a sense of how people overall in the Republican broader Republican base feel about mister Trump or is he starting to gain some momentum here? Yeah, I think the cpac draw poll has been not a great indicator necessarily of where the broader party has been in recent years. People who have been paying attention to it may remember a decade plus ago. This was something that was routinely won by Ron Paul and then Rand Paul was doing very well in this, even though he didn't do terribly well. When he ran for president, so it is a segment of the Republican Party base. I'm not sure I would read too much into it. But I think it does reflect that there is a vocal and passionate portion of the base that remains behind Donald Trump and dislodging them is going to be very difficult for any of his challengers, including Florida's governor Ron DeSantis. Aaron Larry Hogan dropped out because he doesn't want to split the vote. He said among possible moderate challengers to Trump in about the 30 seconds we have left. Is there a clear moderate challenger to Donald Trump right now? Well, I thought it was a really interesting decision. I think it is a reflection of reality, Larry Hogan did not seem to have too much of a chance given where he comes from politically. We are still waiting on a couple of others who have expressed criticism of Donald Trump, especially New Hampshire governor Chris sununu, Arkansas governor, asa Hutchinson. But again, we're talking about candidates that don't really have much standing in the polls right now. Aaron always great to talk to you. Let's do it again. Thanks so much. Thank you. Washington Post senior political reporter, Aaron Blake. Four 18. Traffic
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"And when I did, I looked up and there was all kinds of debris and metals shoot out from under the train cars. The calls for more to be done in Washington now certainly getting louder as senator Brown says parts of the system are being exposed. He's trained carrying hazard hazardous material. We'll come into Ohio and they don't have to notify the state that they're here. The senator told ABC he wants to fix that and increase engineers as well as boost fines industry wide the weekend derailment marks the fourth in Ohio. In 5 months, I'm Clayton Neville. It's 9 after. One of the potential Republican challengers to former president Trump's 2024 election bid has announced he's not running for president. Correspondent Jackie Quinn reports. Former Maryland governor Larry Hogan, a moderate politician, had long positioned himself as an alternative to Donald Trump in 2024, but he's told The New York Times he has no desire to put his family through another grueling campaign just for the experience, noting that he would be an underdog. Donald Trump at the conservative cpac convention blasted anti Trump Republicans. We had a Republican Party that was ruled by freaks, neocons, globalists, open border zealots. And fools. In his speech, he vowed to expose, quote, rhino Republicans, and seek retribution against those who are, quote, destroying the country. For those who have been wronged and betrayed, I am your retribution. I'm Jackie Quinn. Former Maryland governor Larry Hogan told CBS News that he beat cancer, so he's not afraid of Trump, but a crowded field is to his advantage. I didn't want to have a pile up of a bunch of people fighting. Right now you have Trump and desantis at the top of the field. You're soaking up all the oxygen, getting all the attention. And then a whole lot of the rest of us and single digits. And the more of them you have, the less chance you have for somebody rising up. The field of candidates challenging former president Trump for the 2024 GOP nomination is expected to grow. One Republican governor says he believes the candidate should not be Trump, New Hampshire governor Chris sununu, speaking on NBC's meet the press, said he doesn't believe the former president can beat Ron DeSantis of Florida. Thank you for your service. We're moving on. I just don't believe the Republican Party is going to say that the best leadership for America tomorrow is yesterday's leadership. That doesn't make any sense that is not in our DNA as Americans. It's kind of the antithesis of the American spirit to settle for yesterday's news. We want the next generation, the next big idea. A recent Fox News poll found among Republican voters, Donald Trump leads to Santos by a 42 to 28 margin with Nikki Haley and Mike Pence tied a distant third
Biden reelection bid faces resistance from some Democrats
"Many Democrats in the traditionally influential swing state of New Hampshire are unhappy with Joe Biden. Many New Hampshire rank and file Democrats are upset with President Biden, for supporting South Carolina's successful bid to hold the nation's earliest presidential primary. Republican governor Chris sununu called the calendar shift a horrible miscalculation that could cost Biden the nomination. Concerns in New Hampshire run deeper in line with polls that show Democrats nationwide oppose the 80 year old's reelection plans, voters cited Biden's age, his lack of support among progressives and the messy withdrawal from Afghanistan, former New Hampshire House speaker Steve shirt left campaign with Biden in 2019 and 2020, but on the eve of a new election season asked if he wants Biden to run again, shirtless says in my heart of hearts know Biden's allies privately believe the primary dispute will be long forgotten North Carolina governor Roy Cooper says voters asked Biden to do one job in 2020, defeat president Trump. And now Cooper says he's going to do it again. I'm Jennifer King.
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"And when I did, I looked up and there was all kinds of debris and metals shoot out from under the train cars. The calls for more to be done in Washington now certainly getting louder as senator Brown says parts of the system are being exposed. He's trains carrying hazardous material. We'll come into Ohio and they don't have to notify the state that they're here. The senator told ABC he wants to fix that and increase engineers as well as boost fines industry wide the weekend derailment marks the fourth in Ohio. In 5 months, I'm Clayton Neville. It's 9 after. One of the potential Republican challengers to former president Trump's 2024 election bid has announced he's not running for president. Correspondent Jackie Quinn reports. Former Maryland governor Larry Hogan, a moderate politician at long positioned himself as an alternative to Donald Trump in 2024, but he's told The New York Times he has no desire to put his family through another grueling campaign just for the experience, noting that he would be an underdog. Donald Trump at the conservative cpac convention blasted anti Trump Republicans. We had a Republican Party that was ruled by freaks, neocons, globalists, open border zealots, and fools. In his speech, he vowed to expose, quote, rhino Republicans, and seek retribution against those who are, quote, destroying the country. For those who have been wronged and betrayed, I am your retribution. I'm Jackie Quinn. Former Maryland governor Larry Hogan told CBS News that he beat cancer, so he's not afraid of Trump, but a crowded field is to his advantage. I didn't want to have a pile up of a bunch of people fighting. Right now you have Trump and desantis at the top of the field, you're soaking up all the oxygen, getting all the attention. And then a whole lot of the rest of us and single digits. And the more of them you have, the less chance you have for somebody rising up. The field of candidates challenging former president Trump for the 2024 GOP nomination is expected to grow. One Republican governor says he believes the candidate should not be Trump, New Hampshire governor Chris sununu, speaking on NBC's meet the press, said he doesn't believe the former president can beat Ron DeSantis of Florida. Thank you for your service. We're moving on. I just don't believe the Republican Party is going to say that the best leadership for America tomorrow is yesterday's leadership. That doesn't make any sense that is not in our DNA as Americans. It's kind of the antithesis of the American spirit to settle for yesterday's news. We want the next generation, the next big idea. A recent Fox News poll found among Republican voters, Donald Trump leads to Santos by a 42 to 28 margin with Nikki Haley and Mike Pence tied a distant third. It's 11 after a Texas mother charged with the unthinkable the murder of her children. That story, when America and the morning returns
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing
"Politics for Thursday, march 2nd. I'm coming to you live from cpac where the vibe is a little different this year. What does that say about the Republican Party as a whole? Anyone who's anyone in the Republican Party used to make it a point to go to the conservative political action conference called cpac for short. It's meant to be a place where ideas are shared. Money is raised and grievances are aired over policy, culture, et cetera. Presidential hopefuls used to not dare to miss it. But the attendance list this year shows the GOP is going through a bit of an identity crisis right now before the 2024 nominating process. Trump is scheduled to headline cpac and a ton of his allies on Capitol Hill and his inner circle are all here, including Trump's son Don Junior as well as Carrie Lake. These are all people who are here for this conference. Don Junior actually tweeted today cpac looking like maga country folks. Wow. Now, on the flip side, some 2024 GOP hopefuls have other plans in mind. That's right, there are two major GOP gatherings this week, and some prominent Republicans are skipping cpac in Maryland for a private donor retreat in Florida this weekend. Now, that donor retreat is hosted by club for growth, a conservative, anti tax group that is at odds with Donald Trump. The club is one of the biggest outside spenders in Republican politics, pouring $2 million into Florida governor Ron DeSantis last reelection campaign. Unsurprisingly, Florida governor Ron DeSantis is set to headline this weekend's retreat, skipping out on cpac. The conference made it clear it would still welcome desantis if he changed his mind. With a spokesperson calling any absence from a potential presidential candidate, a quote missed opportunity. Desantis is expected to be joined by former vice president Mike Pence, senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, South Dakota governor Kristi Noem, and New Hampshire governor Chris sununu. All potential 2024 hopefuls. All that's knew knew have spoken at prior gatherings of cpac, but this year, they have all decided to skip it and instead just head to this private retreat. One big missing name from the club for growth meeting, Donald Trump. The former president is the only 2024 hopeful who wasn't invited to Palm Beach. There are also some top names that are trying to have it both ways by going to both events. 2024 GOP candidates Nikki Haley and entrepreneur Vivek Rama Swami will eventually speak at cpac, then head to Florida. Republican senators Ted Cruz and Rick Scott will also attend both. Here's what they had to say today. We need to win and that means getting behind people who are ready to fight. And we need to win we need to take back the Senate. We need to grow our majority in the House. And we need to send Joe Biden back to his beach house in Delaware. The titled Washington establishment way. It's had its day. They've stayed too long. On their own, Democrats don't have enough votes to pass their absurd policies. But the old Republican establishment always gives them just the number of votes they need that has to end. One major story looming over the conference, sexual assault allegations against the president of the American conservative union, which puts on cpac. A Republican strategist is suing match slap and his wife for more than $9 million. Alleging schlapp sexually assaulted him. Schlapp has denied the claims. Like one GOP operative told me, that gives a big pause to candidates, where he scandal or being attached to one can make or break a campaign. Match lab kicked off cpac today by introducing congressman Jim Jordan. He's the chair of the House judiciary committee and said it's work can be boiled down to one theme. Protecting the First Amendment. The most important liberty you have in my judgment is your right to talk. If you can't speak, you can't practice your faith. You can't share your faith. You can't petition your government. You don't really have freedom of press. I mean, that's the most important one. And that's the one they go after. And this committee, the committee is supposed to be the committee that protects the constitution and the liberties we enjoy under the constitution and in the Bill of Rights. So that to me is the most important thing. Being a conservative conference, I'm sure it doesn't surprise you what a lot of Republicans talked about today. Like education policy, origins of COVID, the southern border, election integrity, and the so called weaponization of the federal government. These dueling gatherings also prompt a bigger question. What role does cpac play for conservatives today? If so many conservative leaders feel like they can skip what's supposed to be their biggest gathering, does it still have the same cachet? Cpac spokesperson Megan power small had a strong rebuttal to the idea that the conference has a lackluster roster this year. Quote, it's clear that the leftist media is on a search and destroy mission against cpac. Its leadership and the conservative movement. We could fill many more days of programming with all of the people who have requested to speak. Any suggestion to the contrary is disingenuous. Still, it clearly does have some poll. Even though it's not scientific or representative of the entire electorate, cpac is famous for its candidates straw poll, asking attendees who they would support in a GOP primary for president in 2024. Last year, Trump won, among the attendees who voted last year, 69% said they preferred Trump, with 24% saying they would prefer Florida Republican governor Ron DeSantis. I got a preview speaking to some voters today at cpac about how they feel about the potential 2024 GOP field. I think we're all a little disappointed about Ron DeSantis. Came here specifically for Trump. We want Trump 2024. We want the other Republicans out there that might want to run against Trump not to run against Trump and endorse Trump so we can have a gigantic maga movement. Now, keep in mind this conference has just started. Looking ahead, what can we expect for the rest of it? Expecting roster of Trump supporters and former Trump aides, like Steve Bannon, Kimberly Guilfoyle, and Donald Trump Jr. congressman Matt Gaetz and congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene are both slated to speak as well. That's all leading up to a speech by Donald Trump on Saturday evening. So there is a lot to look forward to, but as you heard, even though this is a Trump centric event, people are still keeping their options open.
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on WTOP
"Listen. WTO P news. It's ten 15. I'm Dmitri sodas. Thanks so much for being with us. This campaign 2024 here on WTO, not only does former president Trump's base remain fairly large and very loyal, but even people running against Trump in the GOP presidential primary are unwilling to be critical of him. Political reports, for example, New Hampshire governor Chris sununu, once used the F word in relation to Trump, but sununu recently pledged his support if Trump is the 2024 nominee. New new himself may run. Nikki Haley, who is an announced Republican presidential candidate, will only say she's not focused on her former boss. She doesn't seem to have stronger criticism than that. We talked about this with Politico national political correspondent David Snyder. This is really becoming the defining feature of the early primary stages here. The reason that you don't see Trump's opponents attacking him forcefully, the reason is that they can't afford to offend his base, and that base, the always Trump component of the GOP, you know, somewhere between 25 and 35% of the party. It's big. You just take a little smaller than it used to be? Yes. I think that's definitely true that Trump support is waned. And so if you're looking at this primary hoping that Trump doesn't come through, then I think you do take some encouragement from the fact that his numbers have fallen in the past year. Is there any reason to believe that Trump will approach this campaign any differently than the others? And what I'm getting at is I haven't seen him roll out too many nicknames. I guess Ron DeSantis being the big exception. He does seem to be attacking Nikki Haley or sinun or anybody or maybe I'm looking in the wrong places. No, I think you're right that we haven't seen the primary really take off yet, but I think that's largely a function of Ron DeSantis not yet being in the race. For him, in fact, he said, the more the merrier, it's better for him if there are more competitive candidates in the field who aren't him. Than just Ron DeSantis. But I suspect when desantis gets here, this will not be a kind of build upon what you've said there doesn't look like we're headed for another nomination of Donald Trump on the Republican side. I don't know that we're necessarily headed for it, but it's definitely a likely scenario. I mean, he is a FrontRunner, if not the FrontRunner. And there will be a race right now. It's a little bit different than 2016 because there are two very prominent Republicans not so much the huge field, but that can change. I mean, those numbers go up and down. We Scott walker was at the top of the pack in 2015. And I think if this becomes muddled and becomes a scenario where there isn't Trump and Ron DeSantis, but there's Trump Ron DeSantis and pick one or two other Republicans is credible alternatives that I do think there's a chance that we repeat what happened in 16. That's Politico's David siders on Skype observing that although there is Nikki Haley now and some other people thinking about running for Republican nomination for president that they are not being particularly critical of Donald Trump at least not so far. Ten 18. Traffic
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Democrats are set to make changes to the 2024 presidential primary calendar during a party gathering today in Philadelphia. This comes after the DNC's rule making arms signed off on a calendar in December that put South Carolina into the top spot for early voting, followed by Nevada and New Hampshire. Georgia and Michigan also joined the primary window for the first time. Iowa has traditionally been the starting line for the presidential election, but has now been displaced. The Pentagon is closely monitoring a Chinese surveillance balloon flying over the U.S.. Brigadier general pat Ryder disputed China's characterization of the balloon. The fact is, we know that it's a surveillance balloon. China claims the balloon is used for weather research and had blown off course, a second similar balloon has been confirmed moving across Latin America. A top Southwest Airlines official will testify before senators next week following the airline's holiday meltdown. It canceled thousands of flights and that left many travelers stranded. Chief operating officer Andrew watterson will be part of a hearing that's being described as strengthening airline operations and consumer protections. The president of the Southwest Airlines pilots association will also testify. The Senate commerce committee is holding the hearing next Thursday. Extreme cold is gripping the northeast, New Hampshire governor Chris sununu warned residents to take the warnings seriously. We just want folks to really appreciate the intensity of the weather we're going to get so we can be prepared and come through it on the other side safely and smart. Wind chills as cold as 32 below zero are impacting much of the region. Health officials warn frostbite is able to take effect in as little as ten minutes, roughly 15 million people are under wind chill warnings, forecasters say Sunday won't be nearly as cold. LeBron James is on the brink of setting another NBA record. The Lakers star is 63 points away from surpassing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the league's all time scoring leader. I'm Julie Ryan. Former vice president Mike Pence says there are modest reforms that can be made to entitlements. Brian shook reports. While speaking in Washington, D.C. Pence said he believes the day could come when the U.S. replaces the new deal with a better deal. He floated the idea of giving younger Americans the ability to take part of their social security withholdings and put that into a private savings account. This comes as Republican leaders in the house have said they will not touch entitlements in their quest to cut federal spending. I'm Brian shook. The Treasury Department is expanding his definition of an SUV to make more electric vehicles eligible for tax credits. Lisa Taylor has more. The rule change will now make some crossover vehicles that share similar features of an SUV eligible for the $7500 credit that includes Tesla's 5 seat model Y, the Volkswagen ID four, and GM's Cadillac lyric, the credits are part of the Biden administration's massive inflation reduction act. I'm Lisa Taylor. First Lady Jill Biden is attending the Super Bowl in Arizona later this month. President Biden was at a Philadelphia fundraiser on Friday when he mentioned Jill will be attending the game on the 12th. The president joked that he was an eagles fan by marriage and would be sleeping alone if he wasn't rooting for Philly in the upcoming game. The First Lady also attended the NFC championship game last week to cheer on her team when they beat the San Francisco forty-niners. A California BioTech company is hoping for a medical breakthrough. It's called loyal, a fitting name for their mission. Researchers are trying to help dogs live longer. They're in the trial stage of testing drugs which would be given to dogs every three to 6 months. The CEO says early results are promising, and she hopes to get FDA approval by 2025. Former NBC Today Show host Matt Lauer may be thinking of a comeback more than 5 years after being fired over sexual misconduct allegations. Sources are telling page 6 he's considering a return to the media. I'm Julie Ryan. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. On Friday, a federal jury in San Francisco took just two hours to clear Tesla CEO Elon Musk of claims by investors that he defrauded them when he tweeted four and a half years ago that he was considering taking the company private and had funding secured to make that deal happen Friday's verdict came after a three week trial. The Treasury Department is expanding its definition of an SUV to make more electric vehicles eligible for tax credits. Bloomberg's and mons to explains. The rule change will now make some crossover vehicles that share similar features of an SUV eligible for the $7500 credit that includes Tesla's 5 seat model Y, the Volkswagen ID four and GM's Cadillac lyric. The credits are part of the Biden administration's massive inflation reduction act and masti Bloomberg radio. Honda says some of its older models are not safe to drive. Bloomberg's Nancy Lyons has details. The company says about 8000 of its older 2001 to 2003 hondas and acuras with non repaired takata airbags should stay parked in the garage until the takata airbag can be replaced. Those cars are at a 50% higher risk of having the airbag inflator, rupture, which could cause death or injury. More than 30 deaths globally have been linked to faulty takata airbags. Nancy Lyons, Bloomberg radio. We're hearing adani enterprises has shelved a plan to raise as much as $122 million via its first ever public sale of bonds following a market route. The flagship firm of Indian billionaire Gautam Adani's empire had planned the public note issuance for January. But activity has now stopped, according to our source, the development is the latest in a sudden reversal of fortune for the adani conglomerate after U.S. based short seller Hindenburg research, late last month, accused it of stock manipulation and accounting fraud. Adani has vigorously denied the allegations. A proposed class action lawsuit says glad products and its parent company Clorox take advantage of eco conscious consumers by deceptively marketing glad quote recycling trash bags that aren't actually recyclable. A lawsuit filed in U.S. district court for the northern district of California says nearly all municipalities ban the use of any trash bag for recycling. Law suit is among a growing number of consumer suits targeting, alleged greenwashing. That is, company misrepresentations that a product is recyclable, sustainable or otherwise environmentally friendly. 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"governor chris sununu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The latest edition of the balance of power podcast, New Hampshire governor Chris sununu talks about his plan to challenge President Biden's push for a new primary calendar that favors South Carolina. The Democrats have to figure out what the heck they're doing, and I think they realize they've created a big mess of the whole situation. They did not think it through. Not a surprise. But we're going to hold our first in the nation primary. I think they realizing it was a huge mistake. We'll see where it ends up, but we're going first. Regardless of what Joe Biden thinks are once. The first thing is your primary is going to be in New Hampshire. Sounds like we could be opening our presence on Elm Street in two years, but you've accused the DNC of trying to manipulate the system here, governor. We know the RNC is sticking with the old calendar. Is it possible that we're in a world in which the Republican and democratic primaries happen on separate days? It could be, I think, again, I think the Democrats have made a huge mistake and they're realizing what an error that would be and what a missed opportunity that would be for them. I think what you're going to likely see happen is if they don't change anything. Look, Democrats are going to challenge Joe Biden. I mean, there's no question about that. I think I just don't believe and I think a lot of folks don't believe that the left wing progressive part of the party is going to let Joe Biden just sit in there for another 6 years and hope for the best. No, they're not going to do that. So you're going to have candidates coming to New Hampshire as Democrats getting all that free media, all that time, likely winning this state without Joe Biden on the ballot giving them ahead of momentum and steam to potentially surge right past him in future states. So I think it'll all work out in the end. I really do believe that whether it's the Democrats making a big mistake this year and having to come back to reality next time or actually them getting coming to having their come to Jesus moment and saying, well, wait a minute, we've made a huge mistake here. Let's get everyone on board because the opportunity in New
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And ahead of the G 20, the leaders of Japan, South Korea and the U.S. have met regarding the increasing threat of North Korea and Baxter's got more. It. Yeah, exactly right, Paul, fumio, Keisha, UNICEF, you all in Joe Biden talked about Kim Jong-un with kisha saying the three expect North Korean provocations to continue and escalate. NSA director Jake Sullivan says to reassure you and Keisha. I'm sorry, here we go. We have very little misunderstanding. We just got to figure out where the red lines are and what are the most important things to each of us. Now, they also talk to other issues like supply chain, and of course China, which is what will happen in Bali today, Bali time when Biden sits down with China's president Xi Jinping for the first face to face during his presidency. Because again, the sticking point is the verbiage on Russia's war in Ukraine. Sergei Lavrov, who is here representing Vladimir Putin. He's the foreign minister. He puts the blame on the United States and its allies for the strongly insistence on strongly used language condemning the war. Now that is Bloomberg's Stephen engel saying there may be no joint communique. There wasn't one out of Ozzy on and that's something that G 7 has been pushing at four G 20. And so it may not happen this time around. Australian prime minister Anthony albanese has become the first Australian p.m. in three years to speak face to face to Chinese leader. This after premier lei kuchen saw him out at Ozzy on in Cambodia. So the U.S. midterm election Nevada has been called for Democrat Catherine Cortez masto, which, in turn, ensures a democratically controlled Senate with runoff in Georgia to come, a failure for Trump, and for extremism, Republican governor Chris sununu on ABC says the party needs to sit up and take some notice. But what I think people said was, look, we can work on these policies later, but as America is, we got to fix extremism right now. And on the democratic side, the Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer says his party fought back the red wave because the public rejected the election deniers. Too many Republican
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Very little misunderstanding. We just got to figure out where the red lines are and what are the most important things to each of us. So that happens late afternoon this afternoon, Bali time. Biden also says he's coming into the meeting in a stronger position because of the outcome of the midterm election and democratic strength. But there may be no joint communique. There wasn't one out of ASEAN and Bloomberg Steve engel in Bali says it blew up over a statement on the Russian war. Because again, the sticking point is the verbiage on Russia's war in Ukraine. Sergei Lavrov, who is here representing Vladimir Putin. He's the foreign minister. He puts the blame on the United States and its allies for the strongly insistence on strongly used language condemning the war. So that is something the G 7 has been pushing for at G 20. It may not happen. So U.S., midterm election, Nevada has been called for Democrat Catherine Cortez masto, which in turn ensures a democratically controlled Senate with a runoff in Georgia to come, a failure for Trump and extremism, Republican governor Chris sununu on ABC says the party needs to take notice. But what I think people said was, look, we can work on these policies later, but as Americans, we got to fix extremism right now. And on the democratic side, Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer says his party fought back the red wave because the public rejected the election deniers. Too many Republican leaders actually encouraged the threats of violence, the violence, the denial of an election. And so the American people said, wow, this ain't for us. And the house
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Because the American people rejected the kinds of autocracy that the republic, the maga Republicans, a wing of that party, was talking about. And notes polling shifted when Trump moved into support candidates who ultimately ended up losing. Republican governor Chris sununu on ABC says a message. There's a sense of extremism that I think a lot of Republicans were painted with rightfully or not. Rightfully or not, Georgia runoff next month for the Senate and the House is tilting republic but certainly not the red wave. In San Francisco, I met Baxter. This is Bloomberg, our back to New York. Thanks, Ed, let's get to Dan Schwartzman as we look at global sports, week ten in the NFL, we'll talk about that momentarily. So you're telling me there's a possible buyer emerging for Liverpool? Yeah, Doug, the mayor in England reports that Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani is interested in buying the lit well Liverpool defender group saying last week that they would consider selling the price club, and Bonnie is a chairman of reliance industries limited and is currently the owner of the Mumbai Indians cricket team. The ports say that Fenway has ready to receive multiple offers with sources saying the sales price would have to be at least 4 billion pounds. With Barcelona Real Madrid and the event is still involved in a Super League project despite the other 9 founding members having dropped out far president Joel Laporte says the club would receive a €1 billion bonus initially than around €300 million per year afterwards if the league were to get underway. The Super League was initially launched back in April of 2021 with most of the big name European clubs as founding members before the project collapsed just 48 hours later due to public opposition and backlash. Week ten Sunday of the NFL season, it got off to an international start as a Buccaneers outlasted the Seahawks 21 to 16 at Allianz arena in Munich in the league's first regular season game ever played in Germany. Elsewhere giants are now 7 and two after 24 to 16 win over the Texans while the Vikings outlast the bills in overtime 33 to 30. Elsewhere dolphins dominate the browns 39 to 17 steelers double up the same 20 to ten on the chiefs knock off the Jaguars 27 to 17. Big California match on Sunday football to four and four San Francisco forty-niners hosting the 5 and three LA chargers, niners have lost two of their last three games on the Chargers are winners of four. The last 5
NH Motor Speedway Mass Vaccination Site Aims To Administer 12,000 J&J Shots Over 3 Days
"New Hampshire's first Cove, It mass vaccination site opened yesterday at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon. The site is a drive up location. 4000 residents were given a dose of the one shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine. State officials say they want to give out 12,000 shots through Monday when the site closes. Governor Chris Sununu called the vaccinations an incredible
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In just a day slots for vaccines that their clinic in Orleans have filled up. CDC says allergic reactions from modern is covert vaccine are rare. So far, Massachusetts National Guard members have started to return home tonight from Washington, D C following the inauguration. Among the troops returning home tonight is the 182nd Infantry Regiment. The Melrose Armory Supporters lined the streets of Melrose this evening to show their support for the troops. Governor Charlie Baker sent 500 troops to the capital and New Hampshire governor Chris Sununu ordered the immediate return of that state's National Guard troops yesterday morning following a report that service members were told to rest in a D. C parking garage. It was a move that outraged many lawmakers. Across the country. And Congressman Bill Keating is the subject of an article from the Far right wing news website. Bright Bart regarding that National Guard story WBZ Is Tim done, reports on his response. In an article published Friday. Bright part accuse Keating of reporting the Capitol Police at a National Guardsman was seen in a Dunkin Donuts without a mask on resulting in a large group of guardsmen being forced to stay in the Senate's parking garage. Eating tweeted a picture of a press release from the National Guard in which major general Gary Keefe said the story quote couldn't be farther from the truth, saying Keating had nothing to do with the relocation of the guardsmen. The congressman explained that he had been in the coffee shop with a large number of people, some of whom we're not wearing masks, heating says. He commented to no particular person that the situation had the ingredients of a super spreader event and then Suggested everyone should keep their masks on, he says. A member of the National Guard shows to loudly refuse, the congressman said. Based on the rising U. S death toll due to Cove it he would do it all over again. Tim done WBZ Boston's news radio. Car of Lowell Woman missing since Monday was pulled from the Marrow back River yesterday. Police say Kim Kelly Overhauser was last seen driving the black SUV Monday night, and the car they pulled from the river across from the regatta field yesterday has been identified as hers. Overhauser has yet to be found. Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to contact the local police department. The Senate now gearing up for a second impeachment of now former President Trump It's set to begin the week of February. 9th. Some Democrats had been pushing for it to start sooner. CBS is Kris Van Cleave reports. Senate will conduct a trial..
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"This will stay in Washington. I'm Pam who? So Fox News, The National Guard, says 5000 members will remain in the nation's capital through mid March as a precaution against further unrest. Some governors, though, are pulling their troops after it was learned they were told to leave the Capitol complex and rest inside a cold, poorly ventilated parking garage. When you see some of those conditions, it was disrespectful. In some cases, it was just deplorable that was having to our own men and women, and they don't complain. I always say that it's amazing. They don't complain. But the governor kind of the head of the team, my job to make sure that they don't end up in those situations, which is why we pull them back. New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are angry and are pledging to find out exactly what happened. Since their deployment to Washington more than 100. Members of the guard have tested positive for the coronavirus yesterday, more than 3600 Americans died, according to Johns Hopkins University. Determination across Russia as political protests erupt in more than 60 cities. Demonstrators are demanding the release of jailed Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny. A tweet from a spokesperson at the US Embassy in Moscow said the U. S supports the right of all people to peaceful protest. From heads of state to Lady Gaga. Over the years. All of them were interviewed by Larry King King passed away in Los Angeles, where he was being treated for the coronavirus. He was 87 King was born in Brooklyn, New York, and 1933 and launched his broadcasting career as a radio DJ in Miami in the 19 fifties, he rose to fame with a nationally syndicated late night radio talk show in 1978 and was perhaps best known.
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Americans Thea other to raise the minimum wage for federal workers to $15. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says the curfew will be lifted for some businesses in the hub next week. But others will have to stay shut down after 9 30 on the state Rep in Rhode Island, says she wants to make it a felony to give covert vaccines out of turn. Make a misdemeanor to cut the line A 2 16 let's go back to Washington. Now we're on Capitol Hill today. Democrats rejecting a push by Republicans to put off the impeachment trial get the latest from CBS is Steve Dorsey in DC Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the chamber will quickly move to begin President Trump's impeachment trial. I've spoken to Speaker Pelosi who in for me. That the articles will be delivered to the Senate on Monday. The timing is still unclear. Republicans had hoped to delay it start until mid February Minority Leader Mitch McConnell that timeline would have provided the Senate's a Morte four time before we step up fully into the unknown of a trial, Republicans argued. Delaying the trial would allow the Senate more time to focus on confirming President Biden's nominees. Steve Dorsey, CBS News Washington, and We're also, of course, keeping an eye on those confirmation hearings for the Baden Cabinet. Ah, Janet Yellen, Clearing a pretty big hurdle this morning on her way to the Treasury Post Senate Finance Committee unanimously approving Yellen's nomination full vote in the Senate on her pick could happen as soon as later today. If she has approved the former Fed chair would be the first woman to serve as the Treasury secretary. Senate also making moves today when it comes to the Pentagon, Retired General Lloyd Austin confirmed to be the next defense secretary. Austin is a West Point graduate who served as the first black vice chief of staff of the Army. He also led the U. S Central Command and was behind the strategy to force Islamic state from Iraq and Syria. But he also told Congress he has spent nearly his entire life Committed to the principle of civilian control over the military. One of his first orders of business will be improving distribution of the covert vaccines. CBS is Candy McCormack at the Pentagon. And if Austin is confirmed, he, too, would make history as he would be the first black American to serve as defense secretary. Leaders on both sides of the aisle say they are furious after learning thousands of National Guard troops were kicked out of the capital earlier this week during their rest breaks Governor Chris Sununu in New Hampshire, along with the governors of Florida and Texas, recalling their troops in response, bringing them back home. Rep. Alexandria because Theo Cortez of New York and Democrat saying she'll open up her office for any guard members who want to rest Same with New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hasson again. She is a Democrat as well. Here's majority leader Chuck Schumer. The minute I heard about this outrage last night, we made sure it was fixed immediately. Every member of the guard was found proper accommodations inside, And as of this morning, everyone was accounted for and taken care of. And again. Those troops allowed back in overnight with apologies from Capitol police to 19 back here in Boston when it comes to the virus via now trying to figure out how nearly 2000 doses of the covert vaccine became compromised. At their facility in Jamaica Plain. Here's WBZ TV's Lisa Grecian v, a Medical center says despite being stored in a secure location with an alarm of freezer is to blame for this unfortunate loss. The plug was found loose after a contractor accidentally removed that while cleaning a spokesperson for the V A says it happened on Tuesday and the freezers alarms should have been triggered the moment temperatures started to rise. Investigation is underway to determine the cause of the incident. And why the monitoring and the alarm system didn't work as expected, Unfortunately, be a staff didn't realize what had happened in time. Compromising all 1900 doses of modern is Corona virus. Vaccine vaccine sites are also being set up all over the state of Maine. There is a problem, though, is the state's top health officials worried there simply is not enough to go around. Jeanne Lambert says the supply that was sentiment in her words is inadequate and unpredictable. At this point, our vaccine supply remain significantly limit across the border in New Hampshire, though online registration opening up today for people there to get their first shot, and governor Chris Sununu says it's been pretty popular more than 60,000 people this morning signing up to get their place in line after that site was open for just 40 minutes. As of Tuesday, more groups in New Hampshire will be eligible for that shot, including anybody over the age of 65, those who are medically vulnerable with two or more underlying conditions. You're.
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Will be lifted. These other restrictions we put in place in early November, the required many businesses such as restaurants, health clubs, movie theaters. Another is to close at 9:30 P.m. and the corresponding health advisory It went with it at this time. We're keeping in place the across the board 25% capacity limits that we adopted on December 26th for at least another two weeks. Until 5 a.m. Monday, February 8th the state's covert numbers in this report from WBC's Carl Stevens, for the first time in a week and a half, The estimated number of active cases of covert in the Commonwealth is below 90,000. Then the seven day positivity rated 5.57% is the lowest we've seen in some time. Those trends are positive. But the virus is still doing a lot of damage. The latest update from the state Department of Public Health shows 75 newly confirmed covert related deaths, bringing the pandemic death toll in Massachusetts to 13,622. The number of covert patients in hospitals at 2152 is the lowest we've seen in weeks, but hospitals are still very busy running at around 88% of capacity across the Commonwealth. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio in New Hampshire. Registration begins this morning for the more than 300,000 people in the States. Phase one B vaccination plan. It includes those 65 older those with qualifying conditions, corrections workers and staff and residents of facilities for people with disabilities. Governor Chris Sununu says registrations begin at 8 a.m. Very exciting. It's a very big undertaking. On for the estimated 300,000 granite staters that do fall within phase one being The again the first actual appointments. The first actual points for the vaccine will begin on Tuesday, January 26 so you can sign up as of 8 A.m., but the actual vaccination process will start on Tuesday. On go on indefinitely. So no says the easiest way to register is on the vaccine website or called to 11 and he advises everyone to be patient. Means quarantine requirement for out of state visitors during the pandemic has been upheld by a federal appeals court. The owners of two campgrounds and several individuals sued after Governor Janet Mills signed an executive order in April requiring most travelers to quarantine for 14 days on their arrival in the pine Tree state. Coming up Bloomberg business and sports who can do a better job of rolling out covert vaccinations government, which until now, according to reports did not have a rollout plan or business. Some businesses have already offered the Biden administration any help needed think Amazon there. Washington State this week said private companies will lend their expertise among them Starbucks to try to Reduce Patient Wait Times In Charlotte, North Carolina. Executives from Honeywell Atrium Health and the group that owns the Carolina Panthers meant to try to work out a plan. The chief economist at M K M partners, Michael Darda, says Really, it is job one. The vaccine rollout, which you know has hit some bumps in the road to say the least. And that's the most important focus. Apple's first new product, since the Apple Watch may only be a placeholder, an expensive one. Sources tell Bloomberg Apple is ready to launch a virtual reality headset next year that could cause Thousands more than the competition but really is just a preview of augmented reality glasses. I'm John Doniger Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's news radio spots speak of mine not speak of it doesn't matter how you say it spot speak up. Just have it played WBC news radio on my heart radio. Wicked smart. Corian countertops from Bill Shay's. Yep, that Bill Chase Koreans so clean. It's used in hospitals and labs. And, unlike other countertops that have crevices where germs hide Koreans non porous, giving him no place to hide and comes in a ton of colors. That'll give your kids in a brand new look, Call Bill Shay's installed the cleanest countertops. You could put your hands on. Call the companies so serious about countertops. They put it in their name Bill Shay's countertops, Because when you say Shay's you make your new counter tops these days, you've got to do whatever you.
"governor chris sununu" Discussed on KCRW
"Auto center Dr. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang and I'm Mary Louise Kelly. Across the country. Thousands of state lawmakers are gathering for new legislative sessions. But the pandemic and political divisions are making that harder than usual this year. That is the case in New Hampshire, where Republicans are newly in charge. Not even the death of their new House speaker is bringing lawmakers together on how meeting should get underway. Here's Josh Rogers from New Hampshire Public Radio. GOP House Speaker Dick Hinges Dev last month from Cove in 19 came after Republicans repeatedly flouted public health guidance toehold, indoor mask, optional gatherings. But coming as it did just a week after hint. One. The speaker's gavel is still shocked. New Hampshire's political World Dick Inch did pass away very unexpectedly yesterday, Republican Governor Chris Sununu, who waited until November the issue of public mask mandate and whose cab New Hampshire's covert 19 restrictions, the most permissive in the region. Called hinges. Death. A cautionary lesson is heartbroken as we all are. It really is a warning sign that we are far from over this. Also, far from over is the battle over how to live free or die state should conduct the public's business during a pandemic. Particularly is Corona virus cases and deaths continue to spike. And while Republicans now have the political muscle to deliver on campaign promises Friction remains. Activists, some armed have taken to protest Ng against covert 19 restrictions outside Sununu's house for Sununu, where are you come out here and talk to the people face to face. The state's highest court ruled last year that New Hampshire's constitution permits the Legislature to meet remotely States like New York and Utah are allowing their members to do that this year. But Republican leaders here say, until the House agrees on new rules, it must meet in person. The plan to ensure social distances to have New Hampshire's 400 state reps meet in a vast parking lot for a drive in session. German Packer, the Republican expected to win election This New Hampshire New House speaker at that driving meeting, says safety is his top priority. If I am the speaker, I will make a absolute 100% commitment that I would do nothing as speaker to endanger any person Packard me that assurance during the zoom meeting where top lawmakers debated legislative rules, But during that same meeting Republicans with Packard support Blocked Democratic efforts to facilitate remote sessions or even to require lawmakers to wear masks should action resume at the capital. Not every lawmaker is likely to run the risk of meeting in person. Even from inside a car 81 year old can Snow represents the city of Manchester, he and his wife, who has a disability living a continuing care facility. No state has a higher percentage of its covert 19 deaths tied to nursing homes in New Hampshire. Snow says doing his duty as a lawmaker shouldn't require him to in dangerous neighbors. I do not want to become the typhoid Mary that brings back over 19 to the more than 100 other residents within the facility where I currently reside a noble goal, particularly since the facility were snow lives, has already had 14 death. Caused by the coronavirus for NPR news. I'm Josh Rogers in Concord. Growing number of leaders in Eastern Europe are quote dropping the democratic facade. That warning comes in a new report from Freedom House a U. S government funded NGO One country that was cited Poland, where the ruling party has placed judges under the control of politicians. It's also been stifling independent media voices as NPR's Rob Schmitz reports. Journalist motto Use, Kovalevsky noticed something was amiss. When his editors came to him with a new assignment. They asked him to start following an outspoken critic of Poland ruling party. With the drone. You promised television book darkies. So the idea was to send this drone over his house in order for him to notice it and feel threatened like he was being watched. This was an intimidation methods straight out of communism, and it was coming from his editors at T V P. Poland's largest broadcaster, which oversees a vast network of public television channels and radio stations. Kovalevsky says he sabotaged the plan by giving the drone operator and outdated address, But the episode taught him public television was no longer serving the public. It was serving Poland's ruling party, known as law and Justice was I'm young piece mop with us instead of information. Viewers now get blunt propaganda that has meant to assure them that law and justice is the best party to rule this country. The right wing populist party has distinguished itself by fighting what it sees as an infiltration of liberal European values upon its largely conservative Catholic country. That was the backdrop for 2016 law that put T v P and editorially independent broadcaster under the supervision of a new National Media Council lawmaker Kishkovsky Jablonski heads the council. Yeah, Mom, Brazilians region keep construction outside. The changes we've made aren't politically popular with some of the opposition, but I say to those who don't like what we're doing when the election next time After the last election, the ruling party purged the editorial leadership of TVP, replacing them with party loyalists. Jablonski says the changes are making TVP more Polish, Polish capital and pollens media market regardless of the political coloring. Because then we can really say that what is represented is perhaps politically diverse. But ultimately in Poland's interests. The Polish government has coined a name for this re polarization. One of the country's largest newspaper chains, was re Pollan ized. The state controlled oil refiner, PK and Orlin announced it was buying Polska Press from a German media group. The purchase will put 20 of Poland's 24 regional newspapers and 120 local magazines under Orleans control. Polish journalists are bracing themselves known You started the train you If I feel there is suddenly political pressure on me, I'll be forced to quit. That's marked. Farrah, editor in chief of GENIC to Courtney, It's Poland's top selling regional newspaper, owned by Polska Press to Farag sees the experience of Poland's public broadcaster as an omen. The audition. Euros volume to go Yuck! What has happened to Tvp is making all of us worry about the political impact on our paper. What has happened is that T V P is now being used to promote the ruling party's agenda. According to Ahn Jae Krajewski, a former adviser to Poland's National Broadcasting Council, They propagandists They want to convince people that they are right..
China is one of last major countries to congratulate Biden
"In Washington are still not mentioning the word concession. But other Republicans are New Hampshire governor Chris Sununu, who endorsed the president said Joe Biden's lead is getting bigger and bigger by the day and President Trump's legal options are dissipating. China has become one of the last major countries to congratulate President elect Biden saying, We respect the choice of the American people. We congratulate Mr Biden and Miss Harris. Two people have died in
China is one of last major countries to congratulate Biden
"In Washington are still not mentioning the word concession. But other Republicans are New Hampshire governor Chris Sununu, who endorsed the president said Joe Biden's lead is getting bigger and bigger by the day and President Trump's legal options are dissipating. China has become one of the last major countries to congratulate President elect Biden saying, We respect the choice of the American people. We congratulate Mr Biden and Miss Harris. Two people have died
Boston - NH ‘Pausing’ All Hockey Activities For 2 Weeks Following Coronavirus Outbreaks
"Following a cluster of covert cases in the state. W B c TVs Nick Emmons explains a surprise announcement from New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu pausing all indoor ice activities for two weeks after a spike in Corona virus cases over the last two months. There have been a total of 158 New Hampshire residents diagnosed with Koba 19, who are associated with ice hockey cases on Massachusetts South Shore, have also been traced to hockey programs. A T s are Sports and Salem Shop co owner Brendan Shea. He also coaches says some people may have let their guard down over the past several weeks. Everyone was just crying. They wanted their kid back on the ice, and they would do everything. Get back on the ice and how quickly we forget. And the suspension is in effect until October, 29th and during that time rinks across the state will be cleaned and sanitized. Meanwhile, students in Worcester could
Boston Area News: Primary Voting Begins in New Hampshire and Rhode Island
"Primary voting today in New Hampshire and Rhode Island in New Hampshire's Republican House primary. Former State Department official Matt Moore is the winner and will face Democratic incumbent congressman Chris Pappas in November Governor Chris Sununu winning his primary in Rhode Island, former state lawmaker Robert Lancia winning the Republican House primary and will face incumbent Democrat Congressman Jim Langevin in November.
Boston Area - Gov. Sununu Says New Hampshire Won’t Require Schools To Reopen
"When it comes to the Granite State, New Hampshire will not require schools to reopen physically this fall that coming down today from governor Chris Sununu. But he does say the state will offer guidance on if a district wants to do so how they could do it safely. New recommendations coming out today from the state on screening social distancing Hygiene and other
Trump rally in New Hampshire postponed
"Delaying tomorrow schedule rally in New Hampshire by at least a week because of a tropical storm. Campaign's been looking to bounce back from lower than expected turnout recently in Oklahoma. Earlier this week, New Hampshire's Republican governor, Chris Sununu, said he had planned to greet the president at the airport, but with Skip Reports with rally because of Corona virus concerns. Ah, former veteran's
Boston Local News - New Hampshire Beaches Reopen To Sunbathing, Other Activities
"Radio New Hampshire beaches have reopened a sunbathing and several other activities this weekend WBZ TV's Tiffany chan hit the beaches to talk with some folks who are out and about on this very hot weekend people can't wait to get out and enjoy the day in the sun on Hampton beach New Hampshire and given it's about eighty five degrees out I think it's probably well governor Chris Sununu lifting restrictions on New Hampshire beaches to allow for sunbathing and other activities as long as people socially distance to prevent the spread of cove in nineteen the best thing you can do with the doors in the fresh air the foot traffic is attracting major business to the restaurants along the waterfront like Bernie's beach bar it is a relief because you know for a small business owners this is how we pay our bills beginning on June fifteenth restaurants in northern New Hampshire can reopen indoor dining rooms fully with table six feet apart the counties bordering Massachusetts at half capacity when the fears if if I may is that folks in the higher impacted areas specifically out of Massachusetts would come over the border to use our restaurants and and as an indoor capacity because they simply don't have that option yeah and just so you know if you do plan on going to the beach B. Warren parking is very
Boston Area - NH Gov. Sununu Allows Hair Salons, Golf Courses, Retail Stores To Reopen May 11
"New Hampshire governor governor Chris Sununu will allow hair salons golf courses drive ins and retail stores to reopen starting may eleventh with some limitations on services for instance no blow drying is allowed in hair salons no walk in appointments are allowed and reception areas must remain closed and golf courses the courses will be a lot allowed to open to New Hampshire residents only while shops rentals and any indoor services
COVID-19 coronavirus: Latest news on golf course operations
"Radio New Hampshire the latest state ready to announce reopening plans as early as tomorrow and golfers are wondering does that mean the golf courses will make the list Jim McKay covering this it remains unclear of golf will be a part of the package in the granite state tomorrow governor Chris Sununu set to make his reopening plans public he has in the past been open to the idea and he spoke about it on Jack Keith today on I heart radio sister station W. G. I R. in Manchester golf association but for some very very good guidance to us about a week ago that has been under consideration and I know that the first thing we do but it'll be feet away it's it's going to be there we we promise at some point there have been calls to open courses in Massachusetts on may eighteenth of the newest date for reopening nonessential businesses in Rhode Island and Connecticut right now you're free to tee it up as golf courses are
Gov. Chris Sununu issues stay-at-home order for New Hampshire
"New Hampshire's governor Chris Sununu issuing a stay at home order for his state he says it takes effect tomorrow night at midnight instructors until may fourth nonessential businesses will close along with schools and New Hampshire beaches residents in Braintree stepping up during the
Paid Family Leave Gains Momentum In States As Bipartisan Support Grows
"Support for NPR and the following message come from Amelia Island, Florida a barrier island on the northeast coast that captivates visitors with thirteen miles of uncrowded beach championship golf, natural beauty and a historic district Amelia Island dot com slash NPR paid family leave once seemed politically unthinkable, but that seems to be changing now Democrats are pushing for federally mandated time off for taking care of family members, and many Republicans are also embracing this including President Trump who last year proposed six weeks of paid family leave. So that every new parent has the chance to bond with their newborn child. Some two dozen states are expected to consider proposals that offer paid leave for workers this year as NPR's Yuki Noguchi reports undercurrent New Hampshire law. There's no requirement that employers offer paid leave to any employee. Having a baby caring for an elderly. Parent or dealing with an illness or addiction when he chased campaign last fall for a seat in the state house promising to change that and one this is my first term, and I'm not a politician on just a mom on a mission that mission started when her daughter Erin Papas was diagnosed with a rare bone cancer at age two for over three decades chase accompanied Papas to an endless series of surgeries chemotherapy sessions and Dr an emergency room visits. But chase like a large majority of Americans didn't have paid family leave through an employer without the ability to balance work with the demands of her daughter's care her career suffered. It was exhausting to say the least that's where I ended up not being able to have a fulltime job anymore. Instead chase worked part time as a waitress or doing medical billing eventually she took over her parents marketing business, so she could set her own schedule election day last November proved bittersweet. Chase won the day. After her daughter died compass had mailed in her absentee ballot. Just knowing that she was behind me voting for her mom, it just gave me that power to get out there in many ways chases personal story reflects the broader trend in the debate over paid family leave she's a democrat who unseated Republican incumbent, but as a small business owner, she says she's also concerned about cost including finding temporary replacements for workers on leave without a government program. She says that would be difficult. It would be expensive. It would be poll show large majority support for paid family leave across the political spectrum driven by several factors elder care is of growing concern as the population ages women who make up the majority of caregivers are more, politically active and younger workers are demanding better work life balance from their employers, even historically conservative states like Indiana. Oklahoma and Nebraska are expected to consider proposals this year. Similar bills are making inroads in swing states. Take New Hampshire Wendy chases state last week. It's democratic legislature passed a measure headed for the state's Republican governor, Dan Feltus is New Hampshire's Senate majority leader, he says Democrats took control of both houses last year campaigning on the issue, forcing Republicans to adapt. Everybody is getting on board regardless of geography, regardless of political background. Well, not exactly everybody New Hampshire. Governor Chris sununu says he remains opposed to the Bill because it would create a new tax for employers and workers and would be mandatory he along with fellow Republican Vermont governor Phil Scott proposes a six week leave benefit for state employees other workers could sign up for the benefit through their employers. If they offer it sununu is position echoes that of business groups that don't like the added cost and regulation of another government. Mandate. Philadelphia attorney Lori Armstrong Halbur represents businesses. She says not every company opposes this. It can be an attractive perk. Some employers use to recruit and hang onto qualified workers. It is a benefit that will attract the best and the brightest. And frankly, it is something that they expected demand and part of this is a societal change a gridlock. US congress is unlikely to pass its own proposals. So harbor says states are forging ahead. I think we're going to continue to see states address areas like this where the federal government hasn't been able to make any movement six states and the district of Columbia have passed paid family leave laws to date, you Gucci NPR news, Washington. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.
WBZ, Governor Chris Sununu and President Trump discussed on WBZ Midday News
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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Sequel in Works With Jon M. Chu to Direct
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Ten Billion Dollar, Eighteen Months and Three Year discussed on Programming
"On this tgif it's june twentyninth taking a look at the markets rally for tech helped us stocks recover some of their recent losses thursday but trading remained uneven as investors tried to figure out if tensions between the us and other nations will spill over into a trade war at tech companies and banks were responsible for the bulk of the gains amazon surged shook investors in two separate industries well amid a feud feud with harley davidson an iconic american company president donald trump on thursday highlighted economic policies at a groundbreaking for a massive ten billion dollar factory complex that may bring thousands of jobs to wisconsin president trump touted the economy at the ceremony for the ten billion dollar foxconn plant eighteen months ago this was a field and now it's one of the most advanced places of any kind you'll see anywhere in the world it's incredible because i handed the ball of terry's a friend of mine and i recommended wisconsin this case and i'll be recommending ohio and i'll be recommending pennsylvania nabi director many iowa and i'll be recommend but this was something that just seemed right and the reason is that you have a car plant very nice location and i flew over that plant with another great wisconsinite rights good man i think he's around here something he's a great guy and i said that would be a good site dolly problem was that sites about one one hundred the size of what they did here you're gonna put one of the smaller buildings on that side this is big stuff but i handed it over this place is such a great place i just realized the other day they told me i did when we won the state of wisconsin it hadn't been won by a republican since dwight d eisenhower in nineteen fifty two did you know that and i won wisconsin and i like wisconsin a lot but we won wisconsin and ronald reagan remember wisconsin was the state that ronald reagan did not win thousands of construction workers are expected to build the foxconn plant which will eventually employ about thirteen thousand people the fed reserve has given the green light to thirty two of the thirty five biggest banks in the us to raise their dividends and buybacks shares a judging their financial foundations sturdy enough to withstand a major economic downturn in announcing the results of the second round of annual stress tests on thursday the fed also approved the plans of wall street powerhouse goldman sachs and morgan stanley but on condition that they keep their total dividend payouts in stock buybacks at current levels the yearly checkup tests the banks used to determine if their current plans for paying out capital the shareholders will still allow them to keep lending if they're hit by another financial crisis and severe recession new hampshire's fighting back against the supreme court's recent ruling that states can force online shoppers to pay sales tax the state prides itself on having neither a sales nor income tax but officials say the high court's july ruling could burden it's small businesses and threatened new hampshire's vary identity republican governor chris sununu says call for a special legislative session month to pass a bill protecting the tax advantage now require any jurisdiction seeking to collect sales tax in new hampshire to get approval from the state's department of justice and would also authorize the attorney general to file expedited lawsuits against scofflaws well the national security agency says it collected more domestic call records than allowed and as a result it's been mass deleting call records across a three year period the nsa said in a statement thursday that on may twenty third it began deleting all call detail records acquired since a twenty fifteen under the foreign intelligence surveillance act a weeks before the deletions began the office of the director intelligence reported that the nsa acquired more than five hundred and thirty four million domestic paul records in two thousand seventeen that's triple ripple.
Wife of Korean Air chief summoned over abuse allegations
"Schools participants also receive help in finding employment after their training is completed governor daniel malloy says the program helps to reduce unemployment among veterans and provide students with very very good role models wbz news time is ten fifty one the wife of the chairman of korean airlines is being investigated for allegedly abusing employees lee young he apologizing for physically and verbally abusing more than ten former and current employees of her husband's hanjin conglomerate the parent of korean air lee told reporters she felt sorry for causing troubles after arriving at a seoul police agency for questioning monday her eldest daughter heather chow at one time korean air executive receive worldwide notoriety for what was called a nut rage tantrum aboard a planet jfk airport in two thousand fourteen she stepped down from her vp role at the company and spent months in jail for causing the disruption todd ant abc news new hampshire chris sununu governor chris sununu says he intends to sign a bill aimed at preventing low risk offenders for being held behind bars just because they can't afford bail both the house and the senate last week approved a compromise version of the bill despite objections from the states ten county attorneys who say that it would put public safety at risk and it's tough times in the board o wine region violent hailstorms over the weekend have ravaged the vineyard odds of bordeaux officials say at least twenty five thousand acres of vines were hit some producers have lost their entire crop this is a critical time of year for the vines with blossoms and young fruit vulnerable to harsh weather spring frost last year severely reduced output and raise prices by sixteen percent with this blow prices could rise again elaine cobb cbs news paris.